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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 2003 PAGE 7-A rch's "ee Sla00.-ess St. Matthews CEC joined in the "Ladaute" (Praise Youth jamboree this held at St. Andrews Church in Covington, ia. The Praise and Worship brought together from Parishes and of the Charismatic Church from all the Georgia Diocese. The celebration had a Theme that included a :Roast" and lots of music ecial guest artist Phillips from St. Missouri. St. Matthews holds serv- at 210 E. Main St. in Hogansville. TAKING PART- Zack Stitcher and Vicar Ron Clemmer of Hogansyille at the August Youth Gathering for the Georgia Diocese of the Charismatic Episcopal Church. Fall Gardening Help Available Many gardeners know what to do in the garden, but are uncer- tain of when to do it. When is the best time to dig and divide perennials? When is the best time to apply preemergent herbicides for con- trol of winter weeds? When should the last applica- tion of fertilizer be made to the lawn? At the Backyard Association meeting, these and many other questions will be answered by expert horticulturist, Kevin Martin. Martin manages Andy's II Nursery in Coweta County and has years of experience in grow- ing and caring for ornamental plants. Gardeners who attend the session will learn how to optimize the garden, preparing for the winter months ahead. The Backyard Association, sponsored by Coweta County Extension Service, is open to the public and meets at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday evening of each month except December. Reservations are required and admission is free. The sessions are held at the Coweta County Extension Service, 21 East Washington Street in Newnan. For more information, contact 770-254- 2620. optimist Calendars Arriving The Calendars are here. The Optimist Club Birthday calendars have arrived and the members are going here and there to get them delivered by September 1st. a :!o : o,, rtof th :definition of the w in:rii ' - and these qualities are also part of what defines West Georgia Health System. Our organization is: not a faceless than 1400 people of integrity who are here for one noble purpose - to quality, compassionate health people of our community.